“The art we produce lives in queasy balance with the art we can imagine.” – Michael Cunningham (author) This resonates with me quite a bit. It seems that almost every time I “finish” a project, I always hate it a little. Perhaps that is from looking at it for so long, being too close, and realizing it’s not perfect. I think mainly it happens just like the quote says, I compare it to the work I see, admire and desire to create, and it doesn’t compare in my mind. A more optimistic outlook would come from the book by Paul Arden, It’s Not How Good You Are, It’s How Good You Want To Be.